Double world junior figure skating champion Alexandra Trusova's coaching switch has been approved by the Moscow Figure Skating Federation.
The 15-year-old sensation, bronze medallist at the 2019-2020 Grand Prix Final and this year's European Championships, has joined the group led by two-time Olympic gold medallist Evgeni Plushenko.
Plushenko had revealed in an interview with Russia's official state news agency TASS last month that he would be the new coach for Trusova after she split from Eteri Tutberidze and her group at the Sambo 70 club.
Trusova, who last month entered the Guinness Book of World Records for the fourth time after she was confirmed as the first female athlete to land a quad flip jump, said she had made the decision for personal reasons.
The Russian champion had already achieved women's world records for the first quadruple Lutz, the first quadruple loop jump and the highest score for a long programme.
In all, she attempted five quad jumps at the Grand Prix Final in Turin, landing three of them.
Plushenko, who won gold in the singles at Turin 2006 and in the team event at Sochi 2014, told TASS he was expecting a fruitful partnership with the young prodigy.